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what does mono% mean in blood test results

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what does mono% mean in blood test results?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Robert Fernando replied 6 years ago.
Hello..

Well, there are five types of white blood cells-

-Neutrophils
-Lymphocytes
-Monocytes
-Eosinophils
-Basophils.

Monocytes percent ranges from- 2% to 8% in normal person.
Also An increased percentage of monocytes may be due to:

Allergic disease, Cancer, Parasite infection.





Customer: replied 6 years ago.

what if mono # XXXXX high also along with mono %?

Expert:  Robert Fernando replied 6 years ago.
Well, high percentage of monocytes can be due to any of these causes-
1. Allergic disease
2. Cancer,
3. Parasite infection.
4. Chronic inflammatory disease.

Further detailed testing and clinical evaluation is necessary for diagnosis. Please see your doctor.


Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Also Lymph % and Lymph # XXXXX does that mean on blood test?

Expert:  Robert Fernando replied 6 years ago.
Well an increased percentage of lymphocytes can be due to-

1. Chronic bacterial infection.
2. Multiple myeloma.
3. Viral infection.
4. Recovery from a bacterial infection.

While decrease in percentage of lymphocytes is due to-

1. HIV
2. Leukemia.
3. Sepsis.
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
thank you
Expert:  Robert Fernando replied 6 years ago.
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